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Getting started with the AWS Media Asset Preparation System (MAPS)

Introduction In the introductory blog post for the AWS Media Asset Preparation System (AWS MAPS), we provided an overview of how MAPS addresses pain points involving uploading media to AWS, organizing files/folders, file movement across AWS storage volumes, media preparation, permission assignment, search, filtering, and delivery of content. In this post, we provide an overview […]

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Case Study: Wynk Music reduces costs and time-to-market using AWS

Wynk Music is an audio streaming service under the Airtel Digital brand in India, with 72 million monthly active users. Wynk generates about 4 TB of data a day, including data around how long users are listening and what users are listening to, which soon led to complex data infrastructure and soaring compute costs. Using […]

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PBS Innovation Team leverages AWS to take 10th Annual PBS Short Film Festival virtual

The annual PBS Short Film Festival has returned with a twist. Starting at 5pm ET every day from July 12-August 31, 2021, audiences can watch a curated series of stories from independent filmmakers via immersive WebXR beta experience “Screen on the Green.” Envisioned by the Digital Innovation Team at PBS, the experience is accessible via […]

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Case Study: Qube Cinema distributes movies faster using digital file delivery on AWS

Qube Cinema, Inc is a provider of end-to-end digital cinema technology and solutions. The media and entrainment industry has shifted to day-and-date releases—wherein globally coordinated movie releases occur on the same day—requiring physical infrastructure in multiple countries and logistics coordination. Qube Cinema was able to reduce the delivery of hard drives down to two days, […]

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“The Crown” in the cloud

How the award-winning in-house VFX team for Netflix’s monarchy drama completed 600 shots in eight months on AWS for Season 4   Since its 2016 debut, Netflix episodic drama “The Crown” has enraptured viewers with its take on key historical and cultural moments from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. While visual effects have been […]

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Insys Video Technologies builds a flexible VOD solution on AWS for TR Warszawa

Authored by Seweryn Biegański, Presales Engineer. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.   When restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic put in-person theatrical performances on hold, Polish performing arts theater TR Warszawa was determined to […]

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GOX competes in the local playing field with live-streamed games on Amazon IVS

Preferred platform for localized e-sports With more than 300 native languages spoken across the archipelago, Indonesia is a complex market. It is important for foreign companies to sufficiently localize their offerings to successfully launch a business in the country. Furthermore, Indonesia has one of the lowest bank account ownerships rates in the world, so collecting […]

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BAV pivots to live virtual event production at scale with Amazon IVS

BAV, a JSAV Company, is a full service live event production company that has been providing turnkey audio and video workflows for large-scale conferences and events across North America for more than three decades. While the company has increasingly incorporated virtual content into its live productions, the events of 2020 challenged BAV to rethink its […]

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Simplifying live streaming contribution with Amazon IVS

Live video isn’t just for media companies anymore. For example, ecommerce companies can offer customized applications to product sellers, which allows them to product features to their viewers. eLearning platforms can facilitate the collaboration between the participants and presenters, creating engaging virtual events. Contributing live video to services like AWS Elemental MediaLive and Amazon Interactive […]

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Intertrust uses AWS to track climate change

Higher­­ temperatures, wilder weather, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and thawing permafrost represent just a few of the shifting conditions on Earth that signal climate change. Carbon dioxide (CO2) or greenhouse gas emissions from daily human activities are major contributing factor to climate change. Between transportation, electricity production, industry, agriculture, forestry, and more, the US […]

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